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Re: tramp (2.3.1-pre); Can't open file due to wrong local path under MS-
Re: tramp (2.3.1-pre); Can't open file due to wrong local path under MS-Windows
Mon, 19 Sep 2016 14:32:53 +0200
Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/25.1.50 (gnu/linux)
Chris Zheng <address@hidden> writes:
> Hello, Michael.
> With Tramp in master branch of Emacs, I can't open file through
> "/sshx:" under MS-Windows. The recipe starting from "emacs -Q" looks
> C-x C-f /sshx:address@hidden:/root/htpasswd.py RET
It took me a while to reproduce. The usual test cases don't show up this error.
> The related messages look like:
> Tramp: Inserting ‘/sshx:address@hidden:/root/htpasswd.py’...
> Tramp: Encoding remote file ‘/sshx:address@hidden:/root/htpasswd.py’ with
> ‘base64 <%s’...done
> Tramp: Decoding local file ‘z:/TEMP/tramp.16808GLL.py’ with
> Tramp: Inserting ‘/sshx:address@hidden:/root/htpasswd.py’...failed
> Removing old name: No such file or directory, /TEMP/tramp.16808GLL.py
Well, you have your temporary directory at z:/TEMP. Per default (at
least in the environment I could use for test), it is C:/Temp or
C:/Users/USER/AppData/Local/Temp or so.
Since "/Temp" is the same directory as "C:/Temp" in Emacs, the problem
didn't appear to the tests.
> I think the problem is due to the commit
> Fix Bug#20821
> * lisp/net/tramp.el (tramp-file-name-handler):
> * lisp/net/tramp-sh.el (tramp-sh-handle-expand-file-name):
> Use `tramp-drop-volume-letter'. (Bug#20821)
> Since the volume letter ("z:") is dropped, the path becomes wrong. I
> have read the original report of Bug#20821, but have no idea why the
> `tramp-drop-volume-letter' was used here. Comment out the first call
> to `tramp-drop-volume-letter' in `tramp-sh-handle-expand-file-name'
> did fix the problem for me. Could you please have a look on it?
I've checked the whole story of that bug. The first change in
`tramp-file-name-handler' is still needed for fixing the bug. But as
you've said, calling `tramp-drop-volume-letter' in
`tramp-sh-handle-expand-file-name' is not needed anymore. I don't recall
why I have applied it that time; maybe it was also needed, and it is now
superfluous due to other changes in Tramp.
Anyway, I have removed that call as proposed by you, committed to the
repositories. Could you, pls, check?
> With many thanks,
Best regards, Michael.